Scholarship Winners ? For May/June 2015 Session

Congratulation WINNERS!

Thank you so much for your efforts in making the videos, contributing your talent to make a positive difference, and most importantly your strong will in achieving grade A* !

Now, the winners are… (drum rolls)

  • Louisa Josy Angeline ? Indonesia

  • Yebin(Betty) Wang ? China

  • Nyasha Gail Smith Santos ? Mozambique (originally from Brazil)

  • Nisha Rengasamy ? India

Four candidates made it in this session. A BIG round applause to the winners.

Wish you great success in your IGCSE exams!

100 Replies to “Scholarship Winners ? For May/June 2015 Session”

  1. i am grade 9 student less than a year and i am entering the igcse exams can you advise me please how to get a*s in all subjects like how should i revise from now

    • Hi Mazen,

      Start as early as possible. You can revise the subjects from the beginning. Highlight the important facts that you think could be on the test (you should refer to the latest syllabus on what is expected during exams). You can then use the past exam papers as your revision. Start with the latest papers as they have the newest syllabus format and continue with the older ones date back from 5 to 10 years. Then, revise on the most common mistakes that you always seem to make. Pay attention to the most common mistakes you always seem to make. Make notes and revise them, so you can avoid making the same mistakes in your actual exam.

      You might be interested in our online revision course. The revision course provides video tutorial, revision timetable, downloadable exam-style practices, common mistakes candidates make during the exams, and also examiners’ advice. Every year we have two revision sessions. The first session will be March-April and the second one will be August-September. Please kindly find out the details here: http://www.igcsecentre.com/cambridge-igcse-revision-courses/

  2. Hi there, IGCSE centre, I was wondering how you get scholarships in this program like the lucky people above have, and would it be possible for me to achieve them too?

    • Hello,

      You would need to check with the university you wanted to enrol.

      1. Whether they provide scholarships?
      2. If they do, what are the requirements?

      Each university has different requirements.

  3. Hello,Could you advise on how to calm your nerves before the Igcse’s and also what you should do to prepare yourself mentally?

    • Hi Daren,

      You can try some (or all) of these tips:
      – Eat and drink healthily
      – Prepare ahead of time by working on sections of the content each day
      – Get enough sleep
      – Use practice exam papers as an opportunity to manage anxiety
      – Try replacing negative thoughts with more encouraging self-talk by challenging your worried and negative thoughts
      – Practice focusing your attention on the task at hand, rather than getting tangled in your anxiety and thinking of the ?what if??
      – Incorporate some light exercise into your daily routine to give your mind a chance to focus on something other than schoolwork.
      – Simulate the test environment by turning off your phone and isolating yourself in your classroom or in the library, and give yourself only the amount of time you will be allotted during the actual test. Don?t pause to look at your phone or check Facebook, and try to treat the test like the real thing.

      Hope this helps ๐Ÿ™‚

  4. Dear IGCSE centre,
    what university will accept my IGCSE results for me to major in Law and minor in Dance and Music?
    what subjects do i need i order to enter the university

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